People on the Move: Grace Chan, Regina Cheung, Julie Yang, Shawn Zheng, MasterCard
Julie Yang will become senior vice president, core business, China, and take responsibility for the overall performance of MasterCard in the country. A MasterCard employee of more than 20 years, Yang most recently held the position of group head for business expansion and expert sales in Asia-Pacific. Prior to that, she was head of MasterCard’s Taiwan market, where she led more than 30 banks in advocating for payment innovation and the promotion of card acquisition and usage.
Shawn Zheng will join MasterCard as senior vice president, account management, MasterCard China, and lead account managements for the company’s operations in the country. A veteran in strategy, sales and analytics with 30 years of experience in finance, IT and manufacturing, he will lead account management teams across China to support business growth of issuing banks. Prior to joining MasterCard, Zheng served as vice president and managing director for IBM in China and the U.S., responsible for IBM’s overall business.
Grace Chan will be appointed as senior business leader, China consumer products lead, product management. Currently head of market development of Greater China, Chan has been with MasterCard for more than five years. In her new role, she will lead the development, commercialization and management of payment solutions.
Regina Cheung will join MasterCard as senior business leader, China operations and technology lead, where she will be responsible for driving technology strategy and providing overall direction and leadership for technological operations to meet the demands of MasterCard’s customers in China.